A pyramid (from Greek: πυραμίς pyramis) is a structure whose outer surfaces are triangular and converge to a single point at the top

Disputed Pyramids

Recognised Pyramids

  • Mexico: Great pyramid of Cholula
  • Mexico: La Quemada Votive Pyramid
  • Guatemala: Mayan pyramids of Tikal
  • Italy: Pyramid of Cestius
  • Greece:  Pyramids of Argolis
  • Egypt: Pyramid of Djoser
  • Egypt: Great Pyramid of Giza
  • Egypt: Pyramid of Khafre
  • Peru: Chavin Temple Complex
  • Mexico: Pyramid of the Sun
  • Sudan: Nubian Meroë Pyramids
  • Iraq: Ziggurat of Ur
  • Cambodia: Koh Ker
  • Algeria: Madghacen
  • Sardinia: Monte d’Accoddi
  • Canary Islands: Pyramids of Guimar
  • Java: Sukuh Javanese Hindu Temple
  • Java: Gunung Padang

How did people from around the world, that had “no contact”, come up with similar shaped buildings that are much harder to construct than a square or rectangular building?

What was the reason for building such massive structures in the first place? Tombs, libraries, sound healing chambers, electromagnetic generators, landing sites for UFO’s, landmarks, what?

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